Wagoner John Doe was a middle-aged or elderly man found shot to death in Wagoner, Oklahoma, in 1980.
The victim's body was found at 51st and E 209 Avenue in Wagoner, Oklahoma, in a supine position on the ground with both hands tucked in his coverall pockets and a ski mask over his face. He died of three gunshot wounds to the head and the left lower leg. Three small calibers, unjacketed, deformed lead slugs were recovered and retained.
- He had brown, medium-lengthed hair.
- He had a scraggly beard.
- He had extensive dental work, however,
- his lower front teeth decayed.
- he had an overbite.
- shoveling was present.
- there was slight anterior crowding.
- he had advanced periodontal disease.
- Slight tobacco staining.
Clothing and accessories
- He was found wearing an insulated work suit.
- White undershorts.
- Pair of ankle-high, lace-up work boots, size 10-11.
- A silver Timex watch - Automatic water-resistant on his left wrist.
- Turquoise coral rings.
- A coffee-brown ski mask.